It’s hard to imagine this iconic face being any different at all. If I am being honest I don’t feel she could be any more perfect than God created her to be! However, how can I resist a brow makeover on this 90s beauty icon?
What do you think about the transformation I gave Kate Moss? Yay or nay? Let me know in the comments below!
Kate, I want to microblade your brows! xoxo
Once upon a time microblading was not taught formally, it was a skill that was passed on from master to apprentice. It was an art form that could not be bought.
For years I studied the details of the finest artists I knew of— Amy Jean and Branko Babic — in hopes of one day imbibing their abilities.
The confidence they personally filled me with changed my perception of how I saw my myself as an artist. The opportunities they presented to me opened my world and I am forever grateful.
I wanted to take a moment today to express my gratitude to the people who sculpted such a beautiful foundation for this industry. Amy, Branko — thank you.
In the explosion of the microblading craze over the last few years, I have seen it all. We have a lot to figure out in this industry culture, that’s for sure— yet so much integrity has emerged from the cringe worthy practices that go on. My personal mission is to uphold the integrity that I originally was taught by the artists I admired most.
How can we upkeep integrity, exactly?
Found this today in my archives, so I had to take a moment to share!
It is a challenge to collect healed pics of my clients after all their sessions are done as most of my clients live so far from me.
However, I love this example of how brows heal in the skin over a series of sessions.
These photos also show the general progression that most clients will have with healing- and how much softer the strokes begin to look after they are healed which is ideal for a natural look!